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Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

The Brew in the AMU is the busiest of the five locations.

Something’s brewing: Campus cafes stay busy

Angelina Gallulo, Arts and Entertainment Reporter September 20, 2022
The Brew offers many different spots for students to study and catch up on school work. Behind the scenes, the Brew staff works hard to create a welcome atmosphere for everyone.
The Oriental Theatre in Milwaukee.

Cultivating unity through the 4th Annual Cultures & Communities Film Festival

Will Eikenbary, Arts & Entertainment Assistant Editor September 20, 2022
This past week, the Oriental Theater hosted its fourth annual Cultures & Community Festival, a spotlight on the many culturally diverse and challenging films showcased at the theater. The festival ran Sept. 14-18 and featured films and events from three main categories; Black Lens, Cine Sin Fronteras and Genrequeer.
The Art of the Manuscript exhibit shows Tolkiens creative process at Haggerty Museum

“The Art of the Manuscript” exhibit shows Tolkien’s creative process at Haggerty Museum

Phoebe Goebel, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor September 13, 2022
“J.R.R. Tolkien: The Art of the Manuscript” opened at the Haggerty Museum of Art on Marquette's campus Aug. 19, and will stay available to the public until Dec. 23. The exhibit takes viewers through a journey of J.R.R. Tolkien’s writing process as he set out to create the world known as Middle-earth.
The clothing swap will take place Sept. 16, and theres a bin for donations in front of the info desk on the second floor. Photo By: Rewearit.

Swap don’t Shop: Rewearit Marquette encourages sustainable fashionable

Angelina Galullo, Arts and Entertainment Reporter September 13, 2022
Students looking to shop more sustainably while updating their wardrobe and connecting with fellow classmates will have the opportunity to attend Marquette’s upcoming Rewearit clothing swap. The completely free event is taking place Sept. 16th from 2-6 p.m. on the 2nd floor of the Alumni Memorial Union. 
Percy Jackson and the Olympians is a five book series thats now being adapted into a show by Disney+. Photo By: Mary Oates.

Percy Jackson trailer review: I actually want to be a half-blood

Izzy Fonfara Drewel, Arts and Entertainment Executive Editor September 13, 2022
The teaser for "Percy Jackson and the Olympians" dropped Sept. 10 during the D23 Expo. As a huge fan of PJO, I can't wait for the show, and the trailer only incited more excitement.
Night of underdogs: “Ted Lasso,” “Abbott Elementary”

Night of underdogs: “Ted Lasso,” “Abbott Elementary”

Patrick Curran, Executive Arts and Entertainment Producer September 13, 2022
The best in television were honored Monday evening, returning to a full capacity in-person show, a first since 2019. Hosted by "Saturday Night Live" icon Kenan Thompson, the ceremony was full of history-making moments.
President Lovell is interviewed in the Marquette Radio studio.

President Lovell shares his Favorite Songs from Summer 2022

Rashad Alexander, Marquette Radio Music Director September 6, 2022
Inspired by Obama's summer time tradition, Marquette University Radio interviewed University President Michael Lovell to showcase his favorite songs of the summer. His playlist includes songs from The Killers, Imagine Dragons, The 1975 and The Strokes.

Students venture to local bookstore

Angelina Galullo, Arts and Entertainment Reporter September 6, 2022
Downtown Books Bought & Sold is a popular stop for Marquette students looking for their next read.
Shrek Fest took place in Humboldt Park Sept. 3. The crowd participated in Shrek-centered activities and bought Shrek-related goods.

Milwaukee celebrates beloved green ogre Shrek

Phoebe Goebel, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor September 6, 2022
Although a very niche interest, Shrek Fest Milwaukee was filled with different people from all walks of life. The celebration took place at Humboldt Park Sept. 3. The festival began at 3 p.m., and consisted of activities, vending stands, food trucks and more.
State of the Art(s): 11th Annual Third Ward Art Festival

State of the Art(s): 11th Annual Third Ward Art Festival

Will Eikenbary, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor September 6, 2022
This past Labor Day weekend, 143 artists from 21 different states lined up in booths along Broadway St. to display their artwork for the 11th year of the Third Ward Art Festival. Their tents featured everything from oil paintings and collages to jewelry and photographs.
Photo courtesy of Olivia Menzia.

JOURNAL: Liv a Little

Anna Houston, Marquette Radio Publicist August 25, 2022
As the snow started to melt during her last semester on campus, Olivia Menzia formed her vegan ice cream company Liv a Little.
Photo courtesy of Molly McGrane.

JOURNAL: Dog Days of Summer Calendar

Cait Flynn, Copy Editor August 25, 2022
If you’re not ready for summer to end quite yet, check out these five end-of-the-season events throughout the city. 
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